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Quick Download of Multiple Attachments in Apple Mail

To download a bunch of attachments quickly, look in the header of the email message that they came in. Make sure the triangle adjacent to the paperclip icon is pointing to the right (click the triangle if needed), and then drag the paperclip icon to your Desktop or to another folder. Release the mouse button and all attachments copy to that location.

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Hot Topics in TidBITS Talk/20-Nov-06

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Disappearing laptop display -- The backlighting on a reader's iBook occasionally goes dark, prompting several suggestions from the TidBITS community. (10 messages)


Dreamweaver previews not opening in Internet Explorer -- A Web designer runs into trouble with Internet Explorer 5 for Mac, which leads to the question of whether it's worth it to test in an outdated and unsupported browser. (13 messages)


Special Character question -- What's an easy way to access special characters and symbols? From keyboard combinations to the Unicode Hex Input menu, several options are available. (9 messages)


Zune Doom -- If a product is made by Microsoft, does it automatically appeal to a certain segment of potential buyers? Readers discuss the new Zune music player. At length. (56 messages)


Dates in TidBITS -- Adam's article in last week's issue about our new preferred date formatting spurs discussion of the various ways to express year, month, and day in text. (9 messages)


MacTech Creates Archive CD -- Gauging interest in a CD compilation of the TidBITS archive brings up a request to include the late Easy View application. (2 messages)


Zune and Universal Music -- Geoff Duncan's article about Microsoft paying Universal Music a piece of every Zune music player sold prompts one reader to declare that such a deal with Apple would keep him from buying an iPod. (2 messages)


Digital Camera RAW Support Update -- Apple's latest updates to support digital cameras that use the RAW image format hasn't appeared in a reader's Software Update pass. How can one tell if the update has 'taken?' (2 messages)

 

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